Diet, Food & Fitness

Wheat berry salad in white bowl
May 16, 2024/Recipes

Recipe: Wheat Berry Salad

A light and flavorful side dish

Glass of celery juice with stalk garnish
May 16, 2024/Weight Loss

Celery Juice Is a Trendy Detox Drink, but Does It Actually Have Benefits?

While it isn’t bad for you, celery juice isn’t the detox phenom it’s claimed to be

Bowl of white konjac noodles in wooden bowl
May 15, 2024/Nutrition

5 Ways Konjac Can Help Boost Your Health

The glucomannan fiber in konjac can be good for your digestion, heart, weight loss and more

Person sitting at kitchen island with plate of food writing in journal
May 14, 2024/Nutrition

A Quick Introduction to the Low Histamine Diet

This eating plan is only for people with a histamine intolerance and requires close monitoring by your healthcare team

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Baked garlic pita chips in blue bowl
May 14, 2024/Recipes

Recipe: Home-Baked Garlic Pita Chips

Crunchy, yummy, healthy and easy

Field of barley
May 13, 2024/Nutrition

Bank on Barley for a Health Boost

Eating this grain could help keep tabs on your appetite and protect against diabetes and cancer

Person talking with doctor on a virtual call about vitamins
May 13, 2024/Nutrition

Yes, You Can Take Too Many Vitamins

If you’re taking supplements, it’s important to understand which vitamins and minerals you can get too much of, like vitamin C and calcium

Person scooping up water in hands from creek
May 10, 2024/Nutrition

The Dangers of Drinking Spring Water and Raw Water

Drinking untreated water can have dangerous consequences, like bacterial infections

Bowl of Italian vegetable pasta salad
May 9, 2024/Recipes

Recipe: Roasted Italian Vegetable Pasta Salad

Fresh, flavorful and sure to please!

Person in grocery market with basket of fresh veggies picking out tomatoes
May 8, 2024/Nutrition

Organic Foods: Are They Better for You?

Potential benefits include fewer pesticides and insecticides and more nutrients — but it all comes at an additional cost

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